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Dr Hansen wins Marlow Award

Published: May 27, 2015 11:46:43 AM

SLMS Teaching Team Award

Published: May 8, 2015 3:42:28 PM

Early Career Research Award for Anthony Roberts

Published: May 8, 2015 3:38:53 PM


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Dr Hansen wins Marlow Award

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Congratulations to Dr D. Flemming Hansen on being awarded the 2015 Marlow Award from the Royal Society of Chemistry. The Marlow Award is in recognition of the most meritorious contributions to physical chemistry or chemical physics. Dr Hansen received the award for the development and application of NMR spectroscopy in understanding motions in biological molecules at atomic resolution. 

SLMS Teaching Team Award

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The team behind the CPD course “Lab Techniques in Mammalian Cell Biology” have been awarded a SLMS Teaching Team Award.  Ivan Gout (course lead), Snezana Djordjevic (Course Director) and Josephine McNally (Marketing & Communications) hope to continue their success with further short courses they have in the pipeline.

Early Career Research Award for Anthony Roberts

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Congratulations to Dr Anthony Roberts, who has been awarded the 2016 'Early Career Research Award: Molecular Structure and Function' from the Biochemical Society.

The Early Career Research Awards are given to outstanding scientists in four different areas, with 'Molecular Structure and Function' as one of the categories in 2016. They recognise scientists for the excellence of their work and the profound impact their research has had on the scientific community and wider society.

The award to Anthony recognises "his research of the highest international standard focused on the structure and mechanism of cellular motor proteins”. His studies, which have relevance to neurological disease, have helped illuminate how one of the least understood motor proteins called dynein moves and is regulated. 

Anthony is invited to give the award lecture at a Biochemical Society conference during 2016, when he will be presented with the Early Career Research Award medal. His lecture will be published in Biochemical Society Transactions.

Dr Giulia Zanetti awarded three year Royal Society studentship

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Congratulations to Dr Giulia Zanetti from the Department of Biological Sciences, Birkbeck, who has been awarded a PhD studentship by the Royal Society.
The studentship runs for three years, from 1 March 2015, with research carried out towards the project, 'Mechanisms of Regulation of COPII-Mediated Procollagen Secretion'.

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